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PRESS DOWNLOAD FOR THE ACTUAL TUTORIAL PDF. It is long.
Part 2 is here: [link]
It includes baking, painting, and hairing.
This tutorial has been the death of me. Putting it together was fine, took about 5 hours, but was fun.
Finding a way to change the word document into pdf, woah boy. After 2 hours of searching, downloading crap, etc, I finally got it. Then DA said the file was too big, so I had to redownload itinto 2 parts.
Anyhow, I was asked to do this tutorial, and at first was reluctant since =Indigo-Ocean already has a really good one. However, I figured if people want to make a horse, it's good to have different techniques to look at.
I tried to focus more on sculpting facial details, and not so much on the body. I also went into baking and color painting and such, so hopefully a few people find this helpful.
Sorry I do not have this online somewhere for those that do not have pdf readers. (downloading a reader takes a few minutes, if you're really desperate)
thank you very much for making this tutorial!
how much super sculpey do you use for one horse?
with the armature, we make the "U" shaped wire secure on sculpture then move them to fit the wanted pose? or do we take the U's shape them into a pose (well just the leg part of the pose xD ) then attach? or does it even matter the order of the two?
and do you have any suggestions for sculpting the face WITHOUT any stylus tools? i have some wooden tools and my exacto, but i don't have the little ball tool. i personally prefer to use my hands but...with the head that prolly wont work.
and, thats it
and good that it doesn't matter. im afraid that posing would make it break out or something stupid like that. I'm doing a sculpture of a morgan horse for my dad, he's coming in 12 days so i have to finish it before, not painting thou i'll keep you posted on it if you'd like!, i have to do another sculpt today but i plan on doing the armature tomorrow for the horse
but man this is a great tutorial, really is sticking with me. thanks